Keywords

Data, Linked; Linked open data; LOD; Linked data in libraries; OpenRefine; Linked data cases; Linked data vocabularies; Linked data design; Linked data tools; Digital repositories; Metadata services; Digital collections; Digital library

Abstract

Session on linked data and OpenRefine in "Stay Savvy with Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Lunch" at the University of Central Florida Libraries. It covers the following topics: Why does linked data matter? How can libraries and librarians embrace linked data? Linked Data in the Library and the Web (Cases, Standards and Vocabularies); Linked Data Design Principles, Building Blocks & Creation; Current Digital Repositories and Linked Data; Data Editing Tool: OpenRefine (Features, Examples); Possible Ways to Get Involved.

Publication Date

8-9-2018

Original Citation

Deng, S. (2018). Linked data in the library & OpenRefine. Stay Savvy with Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Lunch, University of Central Florida Libraries, August 9, 2018.

Document Type

Other Presentation

Language

English

Venue

Stay Savvy with Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Lunch, University of Central Florida Libraries.

Venue Date

2018-08-09

Publication Version

Author's version

Rights

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

Publisher

University of Central Florida Libraries

College

Information Technologies & Resources

Location

Orlando (Main) Campus

Department

University Libraries



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